We sail mostly in Greek waters, but we also go to Italy or close to the Albanian border, as well as the Turkish coast. The Greek seas and the island towns and villages are clean, beautiful and peaceful. There is no crisis, strikes and revolts at sea. The cost of life is reasonable and affordable. You can usually find us in the Ionian sea – North or South from Lefkada, the North and South Aegean sea, in the Saronic and Argolic gulfs and around Peloponese. Also, in the Eastern Aegean, between the Greek islands and the Turkish coast.

You can chose the direction, the islands and the places you want to visit. But don’t forget – the plans are always subject to the winds. Of course, we use the engine too, but we prefer sailing.


The main areas we cover are:

  • Ionian islands – the base is Lefkda, and we sail North and South, sometimes going around Peloponese or through Corinth channel to the Aegean. That’s a great place to start sailing, because the wind conditions are much more controlled in the “closed sea” between the islands and the mainland
  • Saronic and Argolic islands and Cyclades – Easily accessible bases on the mainland Athens and Lavrio, as well as some of the bigger islands, allow us to reach a big number of islands like Poros, Hydra, Spetses, Peloponese with the old capital Nafplio and Monemvasia medieval fortress, as well as Kea, Kythnos, Milos, Paros and many others, less knownn places with white flattop houses and blue windowsills.
    We’d better sail there in spring and autumn, in order to avoid the strong summer winds Meltemi, that sometimes surprise us.
  • Dodekanese – around Kos and Rhodes, the remote Castelorizo and Ro, Pathmos and Lipsi, far away from mainland Greece, but close to the Turkish coast.
  • Northern and Eastern Sporades – Here we sail among the islands of Skiathos, Skopelos, Alonisos, Kyra Panagia, Piperi…that’s the area of one of the biggest marine protected areas because of the habitats of the seal monk and other rare species. Another pride of these islands, especially Skopelos is the Mama Mia movie, part of which was made here.
    A bit further and less visited  are the islands Skyros, Lesvos, Hios, Psara…
  • Not least you may consider the northernmost Aegean islands Thassos, Samothraki, Limnos, as well as the Chalkidiki peninsula coast.
  • A two week vacation can take us much further, in order to escape the crowded places, which are typically within a one week reach from the main bases. Thus, we could go to Crete, Hios, Rhodes, Kos, Kalimnos. We recommend that to motivated sailors, who want to escape from the urban stress, blend with the rhythm of the sea and discover new, untouched places.





You are welcome on board with your ideas. Then we’ll make a nice trip with a good speed and a relaxed smile.



Here are some pictures from the islands:




The Aegean :

 Thassos island

  Quite a big island, close to Kavala. We need a couple of days to sail around it. Plenty of small unspoiled bays. Nice villages inside, at the foothills of the mountain. Old town with beautiful houses and roman remains.



Lesvos island

The third biggest island in Greece. Birthplace of the famous Safo (VII c. BC). One of the most famous Uzo brands – “Plomari” is made here. The capital town Mythilini as well as other smaller ones are well worth a visit.


 Limnos island

This island is well known with its quality wines and beautiful beaches. The main town Mirina is divided by the old Byzantine fortress. The top of the hill offers great views towards Athos mountain at sunset.



Skiathos island


The most touristic island in the Sporades group. Very lively, even crowded in summer. The main city and the beach bars are the places for night life, but the opposite side of the island is surprisingly deserted and nice, with nice spots for a night at anchor.



Skopelos island


The greenest of all Sporades islands. Most people fall in love with it and find it hard to go away. The main port and town has a typical Greek architecture – White houses with blue windows.  It’s worth exploring with a scooter or a car. The island has 123 chapels or churches, but the most famous one is from the Mama Mia movie, standing on one remote peninsula, waiting to be visited from inland or from the sea.



Skantzoura island


Skantzoura is one of the many uninhabited islands in the Greek seas, 13 miles South of Alonisos. It’s well worth climbing its highest point – 107 meters above the sea, where you’ll find the remains of an abandoned monastery with a beautiful church.

The panorama in all directions is breathtaking.

The island is part of the Marine national park.



 Alonisos island


The island is famous with the first national Marine park. Around it there are many small islets, where the monk seal is living undisturbed. The island itself is scarsely populated.

The panorama from the Chora (old village) above the port and the air of he village itself is really worth the effort of climbing up there.



Ag. Efstratios island


The small, but picturesque islet is situated between Limnos and Lesvos. It has just a small village next to the port, with just about 300 inhabitants. Most of the energy it consumes comes from the sun and the wind.


Kyra Panagia island


A beautiful desertet island with just one inhabitant – a monk in a small monastery. It has two well protected bays, ideal to feel the elements while we stay overnight at anchor. It’s hard to leave that place…






Skyros island

DSC_0413skirosThat’s one of the remotest Sporades islands, that’s why it is more quiet and self sufficient, compared to the others. The capital (and old town) is built in Cycladic architectural style.

Famous with it’s wild horse population. Lot’s of beaches and bays all around the island. It has a local festival with masks, that one can trace back to pagan times.



In the Ionian sea it is worth visiting:


It’s hardly an island, because it was initially connected with the mainland, before in the 6th century BC a 20m wide channel was made, so ships could get through and find a quicker and safer route. Today there is a pontoon bridge over the channel, that lets ships pass.

The beautiful town of Lefkada is the most popular charter base in the area where most boats start their journey North or South. It’s a famous kitesurfing spot too. Don’t miss the sunset from the bridge by the town.


Zakynthos island

Here you’ll get to one of the most famous and photographed spots on the Greek

islands. We’ll get to the Shipwreck bay – Navagio and to the Blue caves. This island has much more to offer, apart from these spots. The Blue, white and yellow colors are different from anywhere else.

Laganas bay in the south is the mating and reproduction place for the protected sea turtle Careta Careta.

The capital is a mixture between Venetian and Greek culture.


 Ithaka island

The island of Odysseus from Homer’s book.

Impressing main town in a deep bay. Nice archeological museum.

Beautiful small ports and villages with traditional architecture. Small bays –  lunch spots around the island


 Meganisi island

Close to Lefkada, this island has plenty of fiord like bays, as well as beaches and rock formations. Not affected by tourist overbuilding. The south coast has a big and famous water cave.


Kefalonia island


Thiss is the biggest of the Ionian islands. It will overwhelm you with its size and diversity of landscape. The mountains rising from the sea stretch more than 1600m above, the waters flowing down from them forming several big stalactyte caves.

Kefalonia is often a natural scenery for movie productions.


Korfu island


It’s local name is Κέρκυρα in Greek and  Corfù in Italian.

It’s the second biggest island in the Ionian and lies accros the Greek- Albanian border.

That’s an island enveloped in Greek mythology, and has always been a warriors’ playground in the ages. It has been part of the Roman empire, Byzance, Venice, Neapol, France, Austria, Russia(allied with Turkey), England. In 1864 the Island  is joined to unified Greece.


Paxos and Antipaxos islands


1460085_546927662055728_621397473_nDSC_0109 PanoramaThese small islands, nbetween Lefkada and Korfu feature plenty of unspoiled beaches, often accessible only from the sea, rock formations and water caves. Paxos has three ports, each one with its own beauty.




Argolic and Saronic gulfs, close to Athens :

Aegina island


The biggest Island in the Saronic. Up on the hill stands one of the well preserved temples of Athena – Afaya, dated about 500 B.C.

The island has a heartlike shape. Silver coins with a sea turtle were made here in antiquity.

Aegina was the first capital of greece after the Othoman period and kept this position for two years.


Hydra island


The island without cars and roads. You can move around on foot, on a donkey or with a water taxy. Donkeys have europian plates, lust like cars 🙂

Beautiful houses from 18-19 century, narrow winding streets, galleries, cafes, and of course – the cats make this island a favourite one to visitors.


Moni island


One of the almost unknown islands. No permanent population, just birds and animals, like in a natural zoo live here. Ideal remote anchorage.




Poros island


Just across the Peloponese, separated by a shallow bay, Poros is very accessible, and at the same time, like a fortress. Next to the beautiful old town on the hill is the Naval Academy. From the church on the top you can enjoy a  beautiful sunset.






This is the Greek Gibraltar. Almost unknown outside Greece, it is still not touched by mass tourism. The name means “Single entry”. The old town and fortress is situated on a big rock, connected with the mainland with a narrow road passage. It became an island in 375 A.D. after an earthquake divided it from the shore. Entering the old town you step back in time in a strange mixture of traditional architecture, ruins, craft shops, restaurants and houses.





One of the oldest and most beautiful towns on the Peloponese. The medieval architecture and the old fortress live together with a big port and modern infrastructure. Its strategic location and natural fortification kept it living throughout the ages. It has been one of the old Greek capitals.


Cyclades, Dodecanese, Crete…there are many more places to go. Sail with us!

You can talk with the dolphins, sail at full moon, meet the sunrise and sunset at sea, or at anchor in a bay on a remote island. Just unleash your imagination…